Selena Gomez Says She's Up for a Sequel to Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood' Video: Watch
Gomez spoke with VH1 News about how she was the first person Swift called to act in her "Bad Blood" music video. Because the duo have been friends for more than eight years, the "Good for You" singer thought it would hilarious if she played Swift's nemesis.
"It was just fun. I don't think it even counts for work," Gomez said. "We were there until 4 in the morning, just sitting on the couch, eating In-N-Out burger, talking about boys, and then we'd go and pretend we were killing each other. Good times."
The pop singer said there's plenty of room for the music video to grow, but that's up to Swift and the rest of her crew to decide.
Check out the full interview below:
At May's Cannes film festival, another "Bad Blood" star -- Karlie Kloss -- suggested the video could be turned into a movie.